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Print industry news roundup

tay up-to-date with your procurement supply chain thanks to print industry news at your fingertips. This week: doubts raised over cheque phase out, Adobe ePub battle, BED sale completed, digital textile market to soar, BemroseBooth staff in consultation
Doubts raised over deadline for cheque phase-out
Two leading cheque printers have expressed doubt as to whether the Payments Council is target of closing the central cheque-clearing facility by October 2018 is viable.

Adobe support for ePub fuels e-book wrangle
Adobe fired a warning shot at Amazon is Kindle e-book reader last week as the battle between open and closed format content in the electronic book publishing market heated up.

Bespoke Envelopes Direct sale completed
The sale of envelope manufacturer Bespoke Envelopes Direct out of administration has finally been completed.

Digitally printed textiles market to grow, report predicts
The market for digitally printed textiles is to grow in value by nearly tenfold to just under 1bn euro (£896m) over the next five years, according to a new study.

BemroseBooth staff in consultation ahead of site move
Around 60 staff at BemroseBooth could face redundancy as a result of the company is planned move to new premises in Derby, according to reports.
(Gold Printing China)

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